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i was going to buy a film camera, taking a break from my digital so i could learn manually... I was planning on buying quite a good one because they're not too expensive and digital looks really fun so it wouldn't be a waste HOWEVER someone offered me a Halina 35x for like £10. It works and everything but i cant find any thing said or reviews about it on the internet and the man at the film camera shop had never heard of it ah?

SO has anyone got or had one of these is it a good one? it doesn't look similar to any of the common film cameras

i know i should try it out for myself but film is expensive to buy and process (35mm)

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filmwasters.com/forum/index.php?topic=4617.0 - a user review, about the third hit on Google. TL:DR - nothing special, a bit cheaply made. But for a tenner, why not give it a go? Heck, you could probably get that and a film SLR for under £50 at most. –  ElendilTheTall Aug 15 '14 at 14:55

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